Translation of fraudulent in Spanish:

fraudulent

fraudulento, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfrɔːdjʊl(ə)nt//ˈfrɔdʒələnt/

adjective

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    fraudulento
    • Twenty people have been charged with trying to obtain fraudulent licences to drive tanker trucks.
    • These agencies accept the risk that the original cheque may be fraudulent and to counter this risk they charge an upfront fee.
    • Police believed the documents were stolen over a period of time, or might have been obtained by fraudulent means.
    • Thieves pay a stolen or fraudulent cheque into their victim's bank account.
    • This fraudulent transaction set the stage for the unfortunate chain of events that was to follow.
    • He was impeached while in office on account of being involved in a fraudulent loan scam.
    • The affair triggered investigations which uncovered fraudulent accounting at several other major companies.
    • It appears that crimes involving fraudulent documents are on the increase.
    • The scam is only then spotted when the company whose cheque-book has been copied notices a fraudulent withdrawal.
    • However, it is always possible that some people present false, fraudulent X-rays.
    • This system is appropriate for reporting suspected unethical or fraudulent activities relating to employees of our company or actions by our company.
    • The clever technically-minded crooks who will get false data and fraudulent results.
    • Investigators say at least two and possibly as many as eight of the hijackers had fraudulent visas.
    • Early indications are that the data has not, at least yet, been misused to obtain fraudulent loans and credit card accounts.
    • A few months later our school principal lost his life savings in a fraudulent get-rich-quick scheme.
    • A counterfeit or fraudulent cashier's check or corporate check is utilized to pay for merchandise.
    • The result of their efforts was to be arrested by the Fraud Squad for making fraudulent applications.
    • He began to invent fraudulent investment schemes for rare book and manuscript transactions.
    • He is concerned that future elections could be decided by fraudulent voting manipulated by unscrupulous cartels and the like.
    • They wanted to wait and see whether the passport did prove to be fraudulent.